Before Firefox 3 was released, we gave localizers a list of Support articles that needed to be translated because they were linked to from within Firefox. But what about after that? If someone wants to get started translating other articles in the Knowledge Base, what are the top articles not linked from within Firefox?
After looking at support.mozilla.com traffic data (since the release of Firefox 3 and all-time), and weighting articles that we feature on the front page, I’ve compiled this list of top 15 articles that should be translated:
- Installing Firefox
- Installing Firefox on Windows
- Installing Firefox on Linux
- Installing Firefox on Mac
- Customizing Firefox with add-ons
- Hiding bookmarks in the Smart Location Bar
- Backing up your information
- Firefox is already running but is not responding
- Clearing Location bar history
- Firefox will not start
- Bookmarks and toolbar buttons not working after upgrading
- Search suggestions
- How to set the home page
Some localizations of the start page get as much a 50,000 views a month; and localization of the Knowledge Base can be scattered. Those are the most wanted articles for localization, and translating them will have the greatest impact on users finding content in their own language. For instructions on how to translate articles, read our tutorial on translating articles.
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